FOUNDER: Dr. Dnyaneshwar Mulay

Is an Indian Career Diplomat who superannuated after 35 years of service, was appointed by the President of India as the Member, National Human Rights Commission in April 2019. He joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1983 and has since served in several capacities, including the Consul General of India, New York, and the High Commissioner of India, Male, Maldives. He is a successful writer and has written over 15 books, which have been translated in Arabic, Dhivehi, Urdu, Kannada and Hindi. His magnum-opus – Maati, Pankh ani Akash, written in Marathi, has received immense popularity and has also been prescribed in the Arts curriculum at the North Maharasthra University, Jalgaon (Maharashtra). He has inspired a number of socio-educational projects including Balodyan, an orphanage in his native village, and the Dnyaneshwar Mulay Education Society, which seeks to introduce innovative concepts like Global Education.
Foundation Year: February 2019


On February 2, 2019 a day after his service was over with the Government of India as a Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs , he started “Movement of Positivity” aimed at realizing the values of equality , justice and freedom of every citizen. It’s to be achieved through creativity, compassion and constructive approach in a democratic framework and constitutional means.


Movement Of Positivity “Covid Support Center” is an initiative to offer aid to people suffering amid second wave of corona. The second wave of Corona has the double mutant variant of the virus has caused a significant rise in the number of infected cases. Scientists believe that this strain is about 70 times more contagious than the previous one. Many experts believe the surge is partly fuelled by new strains of the coronavirus, including a more infectious homegrown variant found in 61% of samples genome sequenced in Maharashtra, the worst-hit state.

India recorded more than 400,000 new COVID-19 cases for the first time on Saturday, 1st May 2021 as it battles a devastating second wave, and the country is struggling to aid each one who needs health support in hospitals. The surge in infections has overwhelmed hospitals, morgues and crematoriums and left families scrambling for scarce medicines and oxygen. The laxity in preventive measures, coupled with the presence of new variants, has resulted in a nationwide crisis. Many states are reporting shortages of hospital beds, oxygen supply, medicines, even space in morgues and crematoriums.

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Below are our focused areas that require financial support or resources in kind to help as many as people in need across Indian states.
Covid Support Center was launched in the mentorship of Dr Dnyaneshwar Mulay (IFS), Member – National Human Rights Commission (India); Dr. S.M. Kantikar, (National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission); Dr Jagannath Patnaik (Vice-Chancellor, ICFAI University) and Shri Durga Charan Dash, IRS (Chief Commissioner of Income Tax); Shri Gaurav Bidhuri, (11th Rank – World Boxing Champion) along with a team of 100+ Corona Warrior (Volunteer Professionals, Students and Doctors) to help everyone in need reaching to our helpline portal. Our group foundations, corporate partners and individual supporter are working for emergency health and ration supplies from the start of Covid19 in partnership with the Administration, Police and Govt Dept. We supported more than a lakh migrant labours with nutritional ration kits, and also provided PPE kits to media & police personnel.


Aimed at realizing the values of equality, justice and freedom of every citizen. It’s to be achieved through creativity, compassion and constructive approach in a democratic framework and constitutional means.

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